the Electric cars will be built in an eco-friendly and sustainable way. It is our vision that the polestar's managing director, Thomas Ingenlath expressed in relation to the company, will present its new concept car, the Precept. According to Ingenlath, reveals the car company's thoughts about the future and how the future models might look like.
the Polestar Precept is a fyhjulssedan, with a wheelbase of 3.1 meters. Instead of a bbq grill with the air vents have been installed, Polestar SmartZone, a technology that will help assistanssystemen, and that the car can be seen. On the roof is a Lidar package that in the long term, will help your car to run on it's own, with or without a driver. The car also has a custom's eye-track system, which is able to see the driver's eye movements via a camera and, thus, to warn if the driver is unfocused or tired. Instead of rear-view mirrors, there are cameras, a trend that is also in the makes, Honda, and Audi on the inside of the.
the Interior is clean and contains the same infotainment system as the Polestar of 2, where they partnered with Google. There is also the polestar's new interiörplast, which consists of 100% recycled pet plastic bottles), a new nylon material that is made of recycled fishing nets as well as the details of the korkvinyl. Also, the chairs ' upholstery is said to be of a durable material.
the Polestar Precept, to be presented at the Geneva motor show next week. According to the mässarrangörerna there are currently no plans to cancel, while at the same time closely monitoring the outbreak of the coronavirus in the neighbouring country of Italy.
the Polestar is expected to soon deliver an electric Polestar 2. The next model, the Polestar of the 3, the task is to be an off-roader.
In the player above, you can see the polestar's managing director, Thomas Ingenlath will talk about his vision of sustainable design and the expectations placed on the sale of the Polestar 2.Date Of Update: 26 February 2020, 11:00